Glasgow, A View On The Kelvin 1897

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Recently I started an ancestor search on my parents, mother Jane Breen Dalzell, I have just discovered her great-grandparents were John Breen who married Jane Rose on the 4th November 1884 at the Grand Hotel. I would love to try and get more information on this, and maybe some pictures of the inside of the hotel. Also Jane Rose lived in Woodland Villa, Copland Road, I am trying to find too?

In the Necropolis, Section Omega are a number of family lairs containing the following family lines. The Bell Family Lair has the following inscription, James Bell, Printer, 1806 to 1883( James Bell, my Great, great grandfather, was co founder of the famous Scottish printing house of Bell and Bain in (...Read full memory)

The deck of this bridge was removed in 1966/7 and only the piers remain. There is an inscription on the Eastern face of the piers, in english and some other language (maybe greek) (I have a photo). The photograph shows one of the Clutha River Buses, which operated from 1884 to 1903, coming into Jamaica Street (...Read full memory)

My great great grandfather and a few others died in a fire at Garscube Road in 1959. Does anyone remember this? His name was Robert or 'Rabbie' Tweedie. His children were George, Annie, Robert, David, Catherine, Alec and Jeanie.

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